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reporter, grace lee, shows us it wasn't long before they were going head-to-head. >> there was a lot of movement. president obama had a lot of ground to make up and it appears that he did. 56% of california voters surveyed for our exclusive eyewitness news poll say the president was a clear winner tonight and part of the reason, they say the president was engaged and seemed better prepared than before. it was his performance that set the tone, but governor romney did not let him get away with it. >> very little of what romney said was true. >> we saw a more aggressive president out of the gate. a different mr. obama. >> you stood in front of a coal plant and pointed at it and said, this plant kills. and took great pride in shutting it down. now suddenly, you are a champion of coal. >> have you looked at your pension? >> i have to say.
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>> mr. president, have you looked at your pension? >> you know, i don't look at my pension, it's not as big as yours, so it doesn't take as long. >> governor romney was prepared. >> my priority is jobbed. we can't afford four more years like the last four years. what i can do is it's more attracted to come to america. we don't have to live like this. we can get this economy going again. >> what was very different in round two, the tone was often con battive. >> i don't any anyone really believes that you're a person who is going to be pushing for oil and gas and coal. you'll get your chance in a moment. i'm still speaking. the answer is, i don't believe people think that's the case. that wasn't a question, that was a statement. you said in the rose garden the day after the attack, it was an act of terror. it was not a spontaneous demonstration. >> please proceed, governor. >> i want to make sure we get that for the record. it took the president 14 days
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before he called the attack. >> he did in fact, sir, let me call it an act of terror. he did call it an act of terror. >> as expected, the moderator, cnn political reporter, candy crowley did not sit on the sidelines. >> i have to move you along. >> you got the first question, so i get the last answer on that one. >> in a followup, it doesn't work like that. i'm going to give you a chance. >> i understand mistakes, but i will get run out of town if i don't allow -- >> i just described to you how i do it with a single number that people can put and they can put their productions and credits. >> mr. president, we are keeping track, i promise you. >> we have to bring in our cbs 5 political analyst. we talk about the sparks flying. we talk about them being combative. did any of them go too far? >> i have to challenge scott
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pelley. the politics have been evolving this way steadily. the ranker you see in san francisco or oakland where people are at each other's throats, you see reflected in campaigns as well. tonight, we saw the next step in the evolution of that. there was something that was a little undignified in some ways about seeing the governor tell the president to wait his turn. you are talking to the man who has the nuclear launch codes and saying wait your turn. this is a candidate speaking to the president of united states that can order the army into war. there is something surreal about that, but it is frankly the next evolutionary step in the kind of politics we have this this country. you saw that tonight. >> it's not okay. but i have to say, it's also, remember i said what we saw last week. that sort of got a lot of people feathers ruffled about
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joe biden had been and paul ryan had been the victim. to tonight, the president and governor were doing this. it remains to be seen the people will think. there were undecided voters will sway. it remains to be seen. >> there were a couple of issues that we didn't hear about tonight. one of them was the 47th%. take a look now. >> i care about 100% of the american people. i want 100% of the american people to have a bright and prosperous future. >> i believe governor romney is a good man. when he said that 47% of the country considered themselves victims, who refuse personal responsibility? think about who he was talking about. >> a softball for the president? >> well that was the last question, which was the misrepresentation of yourself. romney said i care about 100% of the people. and finally, the president did
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what people expected him to do two weeks ago, he reminded voters, almost ruthlessly about the 47% comment. saying who do you think he is talking about? this is his bid for those undecided voters that are sitting on the fence right now, not sure about this. reminding about people, this is what romney says in private. the people that support romney are going to do elected. the president had the last word tonight. i think that gave him an effective win in this. the same thing romney had that in the first debate. the polls are going to say the president won this debate. >> in that last word can be so important. thank you so much for joining us. for more campaign 2012 news and views, check out our presidential form. it's on every day the candidates weigh in on the matters that matter to you. i'm grace lee, cbs 5.
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hundreds filled san francisco city hall today to honor chris stevens. the bay area native was one of four americans killed in last month's terror attack in libya. rine da ye on his friends and families final good-byes. >> family and friends, diplomats, and a senator, they join together to celebrate the life of chris stevens. his younger sister remembered how she was the target of his pranks. >> i saw the magic through his eyes. >> steven's death last month has become a political issue in the presidential race and an embarrassment for the libyan government. >> i'm sorry. we sent you one of our best diplomats, but not be able to protect you. >> he was interested in the lives of the libyan people.
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thomas pickerring recalled a story before stevens became ambassador. >> he was being trailed by the security men who are obviously very spitted tay other tourists. he reached over to one of the men, stole his cameras of the men that were following him. they were so dumbfounded that they had to loof. after a quick conversation, chris continues them to stand down. >> the family insists that stevens death not be politicized, but there are multiple investigations on how it happened, including questions about the security at the consulate. linda ye, cbs 5. we have developing news from the bay tonight. crews are trying to pull this overturned america's cup racing yacht back into port.
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the oracle capsized near the san francisco yacht club this afternoon. pieces of the draft drifted miles out to sea. kit shows us what went wrong. kit. >> take a look for yourself. this video was shot by local fan, andrew, and uploaded to youtube. it shows the team oracle moving along the bay at a good clip and then all of a sudden, you start to see it go to the right. that's when the bows start to chop away and before you know it, it falls over. the team has done this maneuver several times before, but this time, kite him off guard. >> the sailors knew something was terribly wrong when the back of the boat. >> the team tactician says the wind was blowing one way at 25 knotts and the current was going in the opposite direction. as they turned, the boat did a
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pitch pole. >> that's when the capsizes occur. >> at first, it didn't look that bad, most of the boat was still out of the water and in tact, as crews clung to the upside down poll. the wing, which stood 13 story st tall was under water. the waves snapped off the wing and chopped it into pieces. the hole got thrashed, at least seven miles out to see. >> i'm not sure what went wrong to be honest. we'll have to review the video. >> all of a sudden, it started to go over. did a pitch pole and wound up upside down. >> witnesses saw the flip, including the sailing team. >> there was a big commotion in the club. everyone was riled up.
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>> this was the team's eighth day practicing on the bay. the day had the strongest of the year. this is the first time a major incident happened with a new, longer 72-foot design. that looks like a total loss, but the team can learn from mistakes. >> you learn a lot more from your values. i think the team will come back stronger and how hard we can push it and what to do safety wise. how to get back unharmed. >> this is a secret high-tech design. they aren't going to let it get away with it that easily. it will be back in the bay in 30 minutes and try to piece together what happened so it doesn't happen again. >> kit doe reporting from the bay, thank you, kit. santa clara is a finalist to host a super bowl. the 49ers are one of three teams to host the games in
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2016. if the niners win, the game played at the new south bay stadium, which is still under con instruction. san francisco would hovels the pregame festivities and the decision will be made in may. the san francisco giants are in enemy territory tonight, prepping for game three. cbs 5 sports director, dennis o'donnell, is also in st. louis. >> hello den and dana from st. louis, good news to report, marco, the giants second baseman who took that hard slide by matt halladay in yesterday's game did come with the giants. he took batting pack cities and hit a home run. >> i want to talk to you before the game. >> i wish i wouldn't have landed. i was trying to slide into his legs and keep him from making the play. >> it feels much better. going to be there tomorrow.
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>> st. louis isn't known for the silver screen, the bud wiser, or barbecue sauce. they see the arch as the gateway to the world series. >> you know, we're on our way to seven games. each seven game was highly contested. >> the giants blew an to go to the world series. busch stadium is one of baseball's biggest home field advantages. >> it was fun to play in front of him. not only from a home player standpoint in 2000, but also the whole time i was there as a visitor. you know, they really appreciate good baseball. >> it will be apparent 16 game winners, not kaine for the giants. for all of you that can't make
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it to the game, this is for you. cbs 5. we are very concerned for violet's well being and safety. >> a pop pi stolen from a bay area adoption center. cause. >> you leave a trail every time you swipe your card. how often police use that information to investigate crimes. weather wise, the warmup has begun. it's only going to get more significant. find out how warm we're going to get and with summer-like temperatures, we'll have the opposite. winter-like rain fall also in the forecast. your forecast coming up.
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wreckage of a plane that francisco s-p-c-a. the adoption center thieves stole a puppy named violet from the san francisco spca. the adoption center says the 10 week old white and brown terrier mix disappeared this afternoon. the staff members are concerned because violet hasn't had all her shots yet and healing from surgery. she was spayed earlier this week. >> she should not be walking around outside and she should not be socializing with unvaccinated dogs. it's very important for her safety. >> there is a $500 reward for violet's safe return. clipper card holders are being tracked. since the card's inception in 2010, police and lawyers issued search warrants for customers travel information. cbs 5 reporter, mike sugarman on how often that's happened. >> internet reports are out today that clipper cards can help authorities track your movements. there are a million such cards
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used all over the bay area on transit systems and if you register with the transportation commission when you buy it, police can subpoena records to show where suspects have and have not been. >> should i worry about people knowing where i've been? >> no, you don't need to worry. >> john goodwin says from have been subpoenas, but only two and one search warrant, out of a million uses dairy. >> it is a tiny percentage of all the transactions. >> still, some civil libertarians worry and say the mtc should not store the information as they do currently for seven years. if you do pay cash for the card c it's a personal record. allows you to swipe your clipper card to see where you've been and how much money you have left and it's an app for your smart phone or tablet. we'll use a tablet because that's where we have the app
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currently. there's some concerns that other people can figure out where you have been. john, come here and help me out. now we are riding on bart. we are close and we are riding on bart here. up to my butt there. no. we tried it several times and it never worked. it apparently needs much closer contact. such concerns are taken serious. clipper cards aren't. mike, cbs 5. the usgs is downgrading the magnitude of today's east coast earthquake. there was an earthquake, that is now at 4.6. the city struck in portland, maine, around 4:15 this afternoon. it could be felt as far away as boston. so far, no reports of damage or injuries. >> you were tracking that
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thing. >> one of the biggest ones in maine's history. we can feel the impact in northern california .z so a lot going on. we have big differences in our weather. we're going to go to rain fall. beautiful evening outside. with current temperatures generally in the mid 60s. oakland 65, and concord 66 degrees. where are we heading tonight? as the kids get up and get ready for school tomorrow, down to the upper 50s. redwood city 57. san francisco dropping down to 59 degrees. that low pressure area that gave heavy rain fall for washington has moved off to the east. that is now allowing a big size is -- that is critical for our weather because we'll get
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chorus. that warmed us up today. widespread 80s and 90s coming up tomorrow and wednesday. if you like the cooler weather, that's coming up on friday and the weekend. next week, if you have been patient, it's been a few months. a concord 88 degrees, san jose a high of 7. fremont 82. low 80s for union city. how about 90 for walnut creek. pleasantton, livermore, san rafael 88. downtown, back to the 80s. if you like the warmer weather, enjoy it tomorrow and thursday because we'll get cooler. low 70s near the bay. it's all about the rain fall coming up next week.
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that is your forecast. ,,,,
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a matisse and monets are mig from a museum in the netherlands. a pricey picasso, and some
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monaes are missing from a museum. the thieves stole a total of seven valuable paintings in the middle of the night. those paintings could be worth hundreds of millions of dollars. police are not saying how the thieves pulled it off. but they do say the robbers clearly knew what they were after. the museum displayed the collection to celebrate its 20th anniversary. some california school districts are red hot over a salty snack. this is youtube video and it is an indication of how popular flaming hot cheetos are among young people. but some schools in southern california are actually pushing to ban them. a 2 1/2 ounce back has 24-grams of fat and nearly a quarter of the recommended sodium for an entire day. >> these ingredients will lead
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to high cholesterol, high blood pressure, and cardiovascular disease. >> if students bring the snack to school, principals in the pasadena unified school district can confiscate them. it doesn't decide which snacks are available on school campuses and does not sell snack products directly to schools. >> straight ahead, the night before the series resumes, we'll tee it up for you. and yeah, go giants. in st. louis, marcus and the boys. i don't spend money on gasoline. i am probably going to the gas station about once a month. last time i was at a gas station was about...i would say... two months ago. i very rarely put gas in my chevy volt. i go to the gas station such a small amount
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nlcs giants, cardinals. the sliding incident continues to be the headliner.
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let's bring on the minute. >> i don't think it is right for me. trying to play really heart, and slip a little late. today feels much better. going to be there tomorrow. >> he worked out with the team practiced. that will be at 1:00 tomorrow. matt cain set to start the game. that game is set at 1 a piece. over to the alcs in france. alex rodriguez, benched again for the rodriguez. alcs game three detroit, miguel cabrera, doubles to left ford. tigers led 2-0. justin verlander was the terminator. rocket and dale and strikes out cano the yankees, yeah, they go
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